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Nautica Launches First Eco-Friendly Fragrance

 
 

Nautica has created its first ecologically friendly fragrance, Nautica Oceans. Using a breakthrough fragrance technology, this biodegradable water-based formula is kinder to the environment and to your skin.

Nautica Oceans is where a man’s strength and the ocean’s energy unite. It is a fusion of confidence, power, and harmony. Combining environmentally friendly packaging with an exclusive patent pending fragrance technology, Oceans reflects the brand’s nautical heritage with a modern, eco-friendly twist.

Nautica Oceans is a spirited new fragrance with a conscience. Featuring a unique, modern and innovative packaging design, the carton is comprised of 30% post consumer recyclable content and manufactured using wind power in a carbon neutral facility.

The fragrance itself is water-based and alcohol free yet lasts as long as traditional alcohol fragrances.

In addition to this innovative fragrance, Nautica has contributed to Oceana, a non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and restore the world’s oceans.

Oceana is composed of a team of high profile celebrities as well as marine scientists and economists.

THE LINE-UP

Eau De Toilette
• Water-based, Alcohol Free & Biodegradable
• Lasts as long as traditional alcohol based EDT
• Kinder to the environment and to your skin
• Moisturizing, non-drying, non-irritating
• 100% recyclable carton
• Carton made from 30% post consumer recycled fibers

SRP $65.00 / 3.4oz / 100ml
SRP $49.00 / 1.7oz / 50ml

Soothing After Shave Balm
• Water based
• Soothing
• Biodegradable
• 100% recyclable package

SRP $38.00 / 3.4oz / 100ml

Alcohol-Free Deodorant Stick
• Alcohol Free
• Dermatologist tested
• 100% recyclable package

SRP $16.00 / Net. Wt. 2.6oz / 75g

 
 

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